As soon as it was rumoured David Wagner would be taking over at Schalke, the German sport media quickly got to work linking Huddersfield Town players with a move to the club.
Everton announced on Friday that the goalkeeper will be joining them when his Terriers contract expires in June, so that just leaves the central defender.
Bild report Wagner needs to recruit a central defender, and may need to go for more than one option.
Inevitably Zanka gets a mention, and the German newspaper believe he’d be available for around €5m.
Huddersfield Town will surely be looking for a higher fee for the 29 year old, despite him only having a year remaining on his contract with the club.
Relegation to the Champions will mean a big reduction in the budget, but that doesn’t mean the Yorkshire club have to give players away.